Woodland Clinic is committed to providing the physical therapy you need to get back to the things you love.
Woodland Clinic offers the most complete range of rehabilitation programs in Yolo County, including: physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, sports/orthopedic therapy and hand therapy.
All therapy, whether it's for a sports injury or for severe head trauma, begins with a comprehensive evaluation by one of our licensed therapists. Treatment is individually tailored to each patient's needs and we work with patients to prevent their type of injury from recurring. Patients can schedule therapy on an outpatient basis, or sessions are available at bedside for those patients staying at Woodland Memorial Hospital.
Physical Therapy Treatments
Woodland Clinic's physcial therapy department treats patients with:
- Neurological problems, such as strokes Head and spinal cord injuries
- Back and neck pain, disc problems, post back surgeries, muscle spasms Orthopedic problems, hip and knee replacements
- Burns, open lesions, amputations
- Tendonitis, bursitis, "frozen shoulders" and arthritis
The speech therapists at Woodland Clinic diagnose and treat speech and language disorders in patients of all ages, from infants to senior citizens.
The Learning Center evaluates and treats individuals with learning disabilities or academic problems, providing instruction in reading, spelling and writing. Woodland Clinic also treats patients of all ages for voice disorders, stuttering and aural rehabilitation.
From youth with sports injuries to arthritic adults, Woodland Clinic specializes in treating outpatients for athletic injuries, work injuries and orthopedic problems. Among the specific ailments handled by our physical therapists are:
- Knee injuries
- Post-surgery and post-fracture rehabilitation
- Tendonitis, "frozen shoulders," tennis elbow
- Sprained ankles and foot strains
- Muscle and ligament strains, arthritis
At Woodland Clinic, we believe that hand therapy plays a significant and important role in the success of hand surgery. Our occupational therapists can help restore function of the arms and hands caused by work injury, fractures, tendon damage, burns, tendonitis and arthritis. We also treat patients with neurological impairments resulting in upper extremity dysfunction.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 530.662.2835.